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10th Sep '17 2:00:12 AM PaulA
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* Possibly Creator/HPLovecraft's Mi-Go. In ''The Whisperer in Darkness'' it's mentioned that the ones present on Yuggoth are but a small outpost of an impossibly ancient and powerful civilization that originates from outside our universe. It's implied that they conquered their own universe and possibly others, and are now invading ours.

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* Possibly Creator/HPLovecraft's Mi-Go. In ''The Whisperer in Darkness'' "Literature/TheWhispererInDarkness" it's mentioned that the ones present on Yuggoth are but a small outpost of an impossibly ancient and powerful civilization that originates from outside our universe. It's implied that they conquered their own universe and possibly others, and are now invading ours.
18th Aug '17 8:58:40 PM Prometheus117
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* [[BigBad Trillion]] from ''VideoGame/TrillionGodOfDestruction'' is explicitly stated to be from an entirely different dimension, although it's not so much a "conqueror of worlds" as a "devourer of worlds", with the Underworld being just being the most recent dimension on the menu [[spoiler:after the Human World, most of Heaven, Faust's dimension, and who knows how many others beforehand]].
22nd Jun '17 11:40:42 AM TheNerevarine
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* The rulers of Outworld from ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' must win an MK tournament within a realm in order to conquer it. They've won every single time and the realm of Earth is next.

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* The rulers of Outworld from ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' must win an MK tournament within a realm in order to conquer it. They've won every single time and the realm of Earth is next. Its heavily implied they are being subtly influenced by a entity known as [[GreaterScopeVillain the One Being]], whose corporeal body is revealed to be the many realms that were split by the Elder Gods and it seeks to reunite them and become whole once again. Most main villains' endings (which are non-canon) involve the One Being being reawakened after the realms were combined.
13th Jun '17 4:03:00 PM StFan
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%%* [[spoiler: Byakuran]] of ''KatekyoHitmanReborn''.

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%%* [[spoiler: Byakuran]] of ''KatekyoHitmanReborn''.''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn''.



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* ''FanFic/TheEquestrianWindMage'': According to Grogar (when he's recruiting Tirek for the growing LegionOfDoom), [[GodOfEvil Majora]] isn't planning at stopping with the conquest of Hyrule and Equestria, or even their attached dimensions. He's planning on establishing himself as GodEmperor of ''all'' worlds.
* ''TheLastDaughter'', a crossover between ''Superman'' and ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' have the Destroyers, a race of parastic energy worms. They arent "conquerors" in the traditional sense, but function more as a hive-mind. They grant superpowers to a species, then absorb all useful knowledge before destroying that particular species from every possible version of itself throughout the multiverse. Krypton was one of the few that was spared because alternate Kryptons are extremely rare and was thus useless for the Destroyers experiments.

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* ''FanFic/TheEquestrianWindMage'': ''Fanfic/TheEquestrianWindMage'': According to Grogar (when he's recruiting Tirek for the growing LegionOfDoom), [[GodOfEvil Majora]] isn't planning at stopping with the conquest of Hyrule and Equestria, or even their attached dimensions. He's planning on establishing himself as GodEmperor of ''all'' worlds.
* ''TheLastDaughter'', ''Fanfic/TheLastDaughter'', a crossover between ''Superman'' and ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' have the Destroyers, a race of parastic energy worms. They arent "conquerors" in the traditional sense, but function more as a hive-mind. They grant superpowers to a species, then absorb all useful knowledge before destroying that particular species from every possible version of itself throughout the multiverse. Krypton was one of the few that was spared because alternate Kryptons are extremely rare and was thus useless for the Destroyers experiments.



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* The rulers of Outworld from the 1995 ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' [[Film/MortalKombat movie]] have to win 10 consecutive MK tournaments in order to conquer the realm of Earth. So far they've won 9.

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* The rulers of Outworld from the 1995 ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' [[Film/MortalKombat movie]] ''Film/MortalKombat'' movie have to win 10 consecutive MK tournaments in order to conquer the realm of Earth. So far they've won 9.



* Several of the ''KingdomHearts'' villains.
** This is actually what Xemnas becomes when he absorbs the titular MacGuffin in KingdomHearts II, given the multiversal nature of the Disney worlds in the series mythos.
* The rulers of Outworld from ''MortalKombat'' must win an MK tournament within a realm in order to conquer it. They've won every single time and the realm of Earth is next.

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* Several of the ''KingdomHearts'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' villains.
** This is actually what Xemnas becomes when he absorbs the titular MacGuffin in KingdomHearts II, ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', given the multiversal nature of the Disney worlds in the series mythos.
* The rulers of Outworld from ''MortalKombat'' ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'' must win an MK tournament within a realm in order to conquer it. They've won every single time and the realm of Earth is next.



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* Evil Overlords United from ''CrossoverWars''.

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* Evil Overlords United from ''CrossoverWars''.''Webcomic/CrossoverWars''.



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* The Sunflower Emperor, leader of the [[WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum PPC's]] EvilCounterpart, the Enforcers of the Plot Continuum.

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* ''WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum'': The Sunflower Emperor, leader of the [[WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum PPC's]] PPC's EvilCounterpart, the Enforcers of the Plot Continuum.



* [[{{Inglip}} The Dark Lord Inglip]] has, at the very least, footholds in [[http://i.imgur.com/zPrsO.gif over one hundred realities.]]

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* [[{{Inglip}} ''WebOriginal/{{Inglip}}'': The Dark Lord Inglip]] Inglip has, at the very least, footholds in [[http://i.imgur.com/zPrsO.gif over one hundred realities.]]
21st May '17 6:30:04 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheLastDaughter'', a crossover between ''Superman'' and ''{{Worm}}'' have the Destroyers, a race of parastic energy worms. They arent "conquerors" in the traditional sense, but function more as a hive-mind. They grant superpowers to a species, then absorb all useful knowledge before destroying that particular species from every possible version of itself throughout the multiverse. Krypton was one of the few that was spared because alternate Kryptons are extremely rare and was thus useless for the Destroyers experiments.

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* ''TheLastDaughter'', a crossover between ''Superman'' and ''{{Worm}}'' ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' have the Destroyers, a race of parastic energy worms. They arent "conquerors" in the traditional sense, but function more as a hive-mind. They grant superpowers to a species, then absorb all useful knowledge before destroying that particular species from every possible version of itself throughout the multiverse. Krypton was one of the few that was spared because alternate Kryptons are extremely rare and was thus useless for the Destroyers experiments.
16th May '17 3:08:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'': While the Shredder isn't nearly as powerful as the average MultiversalConqueror, he still decides to give it a go after discovering the multiverse in ''TurtlesForever''. Unfortunately for the multiverse, all he needs to do in order to destroy it is to [[spoiler:kill the turtles in "[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Turtle Prime]]", the universe of the first issue of the original TMNT comic book. Unfortunately, that act would ''destroy'' the multiverse -- however, by the time the Shredder finds out, he doesn't care, having gone mad from the revelation that ''every'' single universe has a team of mutant turtles to thwart him and his plans, and goes through with it if it means he can ''finally'' win]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'': While the Shredder isn't nearly as powerful as the average MultiversalConqueror, he still decides to give it a go after discovering the multiverse in ''TurtlesForever''.''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever''. Unfortunately for the multiverse, all he needs to do in order to destroy it is to [[spoiler:kill the turtles in "[[ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage Turtle Prime]]", the universe of the first issue of the original TMNT comic book. Unfortunately, that act would ''destroy'' the multiverse -- however, by the time the Shredder finds out, he doesn't care, having gone mad from the revelation that ''every'' single universe has a team of mutant turtles to thwart him and his plans, and goes through with it if it means he can ''finally'' win]].
15th May '17 7:20:00 AM erforce
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* The rulers of Outworld from the 1995 ''MortalKombat'' [[Film/MortalKombat movie]] have to win 10 consecutive MK tournaments in order to conquer the realm of Earth. So far they've won 9.

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* The rulers of Outworld from the 1995 ''MortalKombat'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' [[Film/MortalKombat movie]] have to win 10 consecutive MK tournaments in order to conquer the realm of Earth. So far they've won 9.



* Gozer the Traveler from ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' will conquer your dimension and to be a sport he/she'll adopt any form you choose first.

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* Gozer the Traveler from ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/Ghostbusters1984'' will conquer your dimension and to be a sport he/she'll adopt any form you choose first.
27th Apr '17 12:20:47 PM MadAnthony94
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* Gozer the Traveler from ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' will conquer your dimension and to be a sport he/she'll adopt any form you choose first.
5th Dec '16 5:16:12 AM Swordnoob
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* Each of the [[SevenDeadlySins Seven Demiurges]] in ''Webcomic/KillSixBillionDemons'' rules over [[NumerologicalMotif a seventh of Creation's 777,777 worlds]] after the treaty following the Second Conquest was made.
27th Nov '16 8:43:50 PM FordPrefect
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Sometimes an EvilOverlord, GalacticConqueror, DimensionLord, [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils demon lord, archdevil]], {{Physical|God}} GodOfEvil or EldritchAbomination decides there's only one evil goal big enough that suits him - bring TheMultiverse to its knees. Not only our Earth, but every dimension, every alternate reality, every single planet and life form in the whole multiverse. He may want to conquer it. Or he might want to destroy it. In both cases [[AuthorityEqualsAssKicking he's the]] [[SlidingScaleOfVillainThreat ultimate threat]], more powerful than anyone else our heroes has ever met. He can destroy planets, blow up entire cities with one finger, erase whole dimensions. To [[TheWorfEffect show how strong he is]] he can even kill the GuardianOfTheMultiverse, very first person that will oppose him. And when he says AGodAmI, he's being modest. Fighting with him is usually our hero's greatest task ever. To defeat him there's usually a gathering of the greatest army of heroes that multiverse has ever seen. If he comes back after being defeated he will most likely be a [[VillainDecay shadow of his old self]].

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Sometimes an EvilOverlord, GalacticConqueror, DimensionLord, [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils demon lord, archdevil]], {{Physical|God}} GodOfEvil or EldritchAbomination decides there's only one evil goal big enough that suits him - bring TheMultiverse to its knees. Not only our Earth, but every dimension, every alternate reality, every single planet and life form in the whole multiverse. He may want to conquer it. Or he might want to destroy it. In both cases [[AuthorityEqualsAssKicking he's the]] [[SlidingScaleOfVillainThreat ultimate threat]], more powerful than anyone else our heroes has ever met. He can destroy planets, blow up entire cities with one finger, erase whole dimensions. To [[TheWorfEffect show how strong he is]] is]], he can even kill the GuardianOfTheMultiverse, the very first person that will oppose him. And when he says AGodAmI, he's being modest. Fighting with him is usually our hero's greatest task ever. To defeat him there's usually a gathering of the greatest army of heroes that multiverse has ever seen. If he comes back after being defeated he will most likely be a [[VillainDecay shadow of his old self]].
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